Rasmalai Chocolates


About the Recipe

Bengalis love to eat sweets like rasmalai. In this recipe, melting white chocolate compound is combined with chopped dry almonds to create rasmalai chocolate. The dried rose petals give the chocolates their distinctive flavor. To keep the chocolate fresh and hygienic for a long period, it is moulded and packaged in Oddy Uniwraps. Oddy Uniwraps, which are moisture-proof and reusable, are excellent for packing and wrapping.

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  • White chocolate compound -200 gm & Chopped pistachio-2 Tbsp
  • Chopped almonds- 2 Tbsp & Green cardamom -1/4 Tsp
  • Rasmalai essence -1/2 Tsp & Yellow gel colour -1 Drop
  • Dried rose petals
  • Oddy Uniwraps




  • Melt the white chocolate compound in a bowl using the double boiler method until it melts completely.
  • Add finely chopped pistachios, chopped almonds, green cardamom seeds, rasmalai essence, and yellow food colouring to it and mix well.
  • Take a silicon mould, add dried rose petals to it, and pour chocolate mixture into it.
  • Clean the mould and garnish with rose petals on the top. Refrigerate for an hour.
  • Demould after an hour. The rasmalai chocolates are ready. Pack them in Oddy Uniwraps to keep them fresh. Wrap it in Oddy Uniwraps if you wish to gift it to someone.

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Bristi Home Kitchen

Although Bristi shares many recipes for snacks and other items, her most popular recipes are for desserts—cakes, cookies, and ice creams. Her recipes don’t need the use of an oven, and she has several recipes which require only three ingredients!


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